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More cooperation on Climate change adaptation: PM
The external threat of rising seas, erratic weather patterns and severe changes brought about by Climate Change- is one of the biggest concerns of Pacific Island countries.
Fiji Broadcasting Corporation
Thousands gather in Abu Dhabi for sustainability conference
The UAE is positioning itself as a "centre of gravity" for energy, officials said at the opening of Abu Dhabi Sustainability Week on Monday.
The National
Climate Experts See Xi Touting Clean Energy Leadership at Davos
Four days before climate change skeptic Donald Trump becomes president of the U.S., his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping will appear at Davos. His theme is responsible business and his speech is expected to tout the world’s largest polluter as a leader in the fight against global warming and shift toward renewable energy.
Davos Elite Focus on Climate Change, Ignoring Trump’s Skepticism
The World Economic Forum is devoting 15 sessions of its 2017 annual meeting to climate change, and nine more to clean energy -- the most ever on the issues.
UK experts warn of Trump climate science clampdown
More than 100 of Britain's top climate scientists on Monday urged Prime Minister Theresa May to press US President-elect Donald Trump to safeguard government-led research on global warming.
Saudi $50 billion clean power plan close to launch
Minister says private sector will be encouraged to bid for major clean energy investment programmes as country moves to diversify economy
Climate Home
Saudi Arabia seeks $30bn-$50bn solar and wind energy investment
Riyadh will issue tenders for renewables programme in push to curb reliance on oil
Financial Times
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